Check It Out – Soft Launch of the Journal of Indigenous HIV Research’s Navigating Allyship issue

The AHA Centre at Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN), is pleased to share a “soft launch” of  Volume 11 of the Journal of Indigenous HIV Research (JIHR). Volume 11’s theme is “Navigating Allyship: What does it mean to work together in service to the community?” and represents a partnership between the AHA Centre and the CIHR Centre for REACH in HIV/AIDS.

The soft launch includes the sharing of a new webpage with “sneak peeks” of articles from Volume 11 (including titles, abstracts and authors) and a promotional video with takeaway messages from several of the articles.

The JIHR is a peer-reviewed journal, produced by the AHA Centre as a project of CAAN. The first volume was published in 2006 to address an identified gap in peer-reviewed literature conducted by, with and for Indigenous researchers and communities and allied researchers. JIHR is published annually as an online, open access resource and welcomes contributions from any author.  We encourage you to check out the soft launch page and get to know Volume 11 and the JIHR!